Three New Art Prints by Dave Kinsey

Dave Kinsey just dropped three brand new art prints, a nice Friday surprise.  “In Action” is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 120, and is $45.  “Spoken” and “Word’ are both 11″ x 14″ screenprints, have editions of 150, and are $25 each (or $45 for the set).  Visit BlkMrktGallery.com.

8 Responses to “Three New Art Prints by Dave Kinsey”

  1. Wow these are all very nice. Old school Kinsey to be sure. Damn Star Trek drop took my bankroll today though. Otherwise I’d be all over this.

  2. When i got the email about these I was finally home and sat and starred at them for awhile, but just couldnt pull the trigger on them, and glad I didnt since I will happily have a Spock!

  3. Nice price

  4. i don’t get what u see these look like nothing special to me, i’d never throw money on these

  5. @Jon: it’s art dude. Probably the most subjectively attractive thing in the world. Feel free to hate on a piece but there’s really nothing to “get”.

  6. These remind me of his earlier work. I like ‘em!

  7. Actually, I think they are a bit on weak side. Where is the invention?? They look old and used; discarded clothes on a beach that no one is interested in.

  8. @Jon: Everything piece of art is open to interpretation to each individual, that is what truly makes it so special. One mans trash is another mans treasure.

    Dave kinsey’s work which started out in the streets and eventually moved to canvas, was about (from Kinseys site btw) capturing the universal essence of the human condition mainly through a symbolic portrayal of contemporary life. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of the human experience.

    So with keeping that in mind, im sure how one could at least appreciate what artists (like dave kinsey) are TRYING to portray through their own work/struggles.

    It is easy to hate on art, its much better to understand why it doesnt strike u personally, but have respect for it and see how it could affect its intended audience.

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